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Meditating Shy Yogi of Bali Sculpture
 
Timeless Balinese art for home or garden.
Recorded in history and spanning cultures and continents, our “Shy Yogi” assumes the fetal position and presses his forehead to his hands in a pose said to awaken the mystical “third eye.” Whether you place him in home or garden, this sculpture is sure to garner praise and add a touch of tranquility. Cast by a noted Asian artisan exclusively for Toscano in designer resin and finished to replicate ancient, weathered stone.

Grand: 21½"Wx20½"Dx18"H. 17 lbs.
 
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Meditating Shy Yogi of Bali Sculpture: Grand 4.5 5 4 4
VERY AUTHENTIC As always, the products you offer are excellent, well represented in your catalog and web. Pricing is fair for copy that has the appearance of the original September 25, 2014
5 stars for appearance. Construction not so much. This is a beautifully designed and very cool looking item. Very unique. What I didn't expect is that it is basically hollow plastic. Very light weight. (I can easily carry it under one arm.) Looks great but was expecting something much more substantial given the price. We'll see how it holds up to weather. May 17, 2014
Perfect for the right application as landscape art. I rescue old golden retrievers and now have quite a cemetery in our yard. I've been looking for just the "right" marker for all these fabulous dogs and "shy" or "weeping" yogi makes a remarkable statement to the lives of these loyal and devoted companions. Passing it makes me sad and yet also brings joy to my heart as we were very fortunate to have had these pets come into and enrich our lives. We love this guy and so does every one who sees him, especially the way he is being presented. August 15, 2013
real stone look I purchased this yogi some years ago and placed it outside on one of the pillars at the end of my large stone porch. It looked as if it was made to go there. Everyone always commented on how great it looked so much so it was stolen off the porch. It looked llike stone, it held up great in the weather and I like that it was light weight although I should have drilled a hole in the bottom and filled it with sand. I have wanted to buy another one just can't seem to spend the dollars,....wish it was a bit less. Hopefully I can find the funds before they discontinue it. This time it won't be on display for all to admire, I think only my pooch and I will enjoy it in the back yard. July 13, 2012
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